I have a very vain confession to make–recently I have become kind of obsessed with becoming the most famous Suzanne Broughton.
According to Google, I am not. I am the first Suzanne Broughton to come up in a search, from a photo of me and Larry when he won Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, but by FAR the most famous Suzanne Broughton is this one:
This is the write up on this photo:
Suzanne Broughton, President of the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh, speaks to the Allegheny County Council about Chief Executive Dan Onorato’s plan to cap property tax assessments at 4 percent. She questioned why no one believed county Chief Assessor Deborah Bunn’s recent statement that the valuations calculated for the proposed assessment meet accuracy standards.
I couldn’t even begin to tell you what that means. From the look of the photo it is very serious and important.
This Suzanne Broughton, let’s call her “Accomplished” Suzanne Broughton, has loads of hits on Google, pages and pages. I stopped searching for my blog on page twelve. I come up on comments I made in other blogs, a donation I made to the Scleraderma Foundation, and again for an article I contributed to for Broughton Quarterly.
There is also another Suzanne Broughton in New Zealand. She teaches this class:
It’s all about You! 5×7” Ruler Book Album
Its time to do a little something for yourself. In this class we will create an entire album using one of the Junkitz Tim Holtz Ruler Books and its all about you. Learn some fun techniques using lots of Junkitz products including Epoxy stickers, Ribbons, making pockets and using Gumdrops and Paper Clipz. Intermediate Level but Accomplished
Again, no idea what this is about, but sounds very crafty and over my head.
Alas, “Accomplished” Suzanne Broughton drowns all of us other Suzanne Broughtons out with her press releases and official looking papers. (with crests!)
Maybe, if I just write Suzanne Broughton a hundred times I would be the most famous…….Suzanne Broughton…
Well, it’s all vanity I guess. So, this is your friend, Suzanne Broughton, saying good-bye to you.
P.S. My maiden name is Suzanne Dorton, just in case that helps.
P.P.S. I am sure there is someone I can hire to do this for me.